Designed for Vitra by Jasper Morrison, the HAL Lounge Ottoman features a sturdy wood frame with round legs and upholstered cushioning on the seat. Designed to complement the matching HAL Lounge Chair, the HAL Lounge Ottoman can be used as a footrest with the HAL Lounge Chair or as an extra seat for guests. 

The HAL Lounge Ottoman is available with two different bases and upholstery options in five different Vitra fabric groups. Please get in touch for a bespoke quote if you would like a fabric combination which isn't available to buy online.

HAL Lounge Ottoman
by Vitra

Volo 02 Dark-Grey (F60)
Volo 05 Canola (F60)
Volo 08 Green-Grey (F60)
Volo 11 Night Blue (F60)
Volo 13 Moor Brown (F60)
Volo 69 Marron (F60)
Volo 77 Brick (F60)
Dumet 02 Beige Melange (F80)
Dumet 03 Beige / Grey (F80)
Dumet 23 Pale Rose / Coral (F80)
Dumet 28 Sage / Steel Blue (F80)
Dumet 29 Dark Red Melange (F80)
Cosy 2 02 Fossil (F80)
Cosy 2 13 Papyrus (F80)
Cosy 2 15 Rusty Orange (F80)
Cosy 2 17 Reed Green (F80)
Cosy 2 19 Chestnut (F80)
Cosy 2 20 Electric Blue (F80)
Credo 01 Cream (F120)
Credo 17 Black / Aubergine (F120)
Credo 18 Pale Rose / Cognac (F120)
Credo 25 Mother-Of-Pearl / Black (F120)
Leather 73 Clay (L40)
Leather 75 Camel (L40)
Leather 97 Cognac (L40)
£790.00

Designed for Vitra by Jasper Morrison, the HAL Lounge Ottoman features a sturdy wood frame with round legs and upholstered cushioning on the seat. Designed to complement the matching HAL Lounge Chair, the HAL Lounge Ottoman can be used as a footrest with the HAL Lounge Chair or as an extra seat for guests. 

The HAL Lounge Ottoman is available with two different bases and upholstery options in five different Vitra fabric groups. Please get in touch for a bespoke quote if you would like a fabric combination which isn't available to buy online.

Designed for Vitra by Jasper Morrison, the HAL Lounge Ottoman features a sturdy wood frame with round legs and upholstered cushioning on the seat. Designed to complement the matching HAL Lounge Chair, the HAL Lounge Ottoman can be used as a footrest with the HAL Lounge Chair or as an extra seat for guests. 

The HAL Lounge Ottoman is available with two different bases and upholstery options in five different Vitra fabric groups. Please get in touch for a bespoke quote if you would like a fabric combination which isn't available to buy online.

‘Made to Order’ products are ordered in from the manufacturer on the customers request and are considered a bespoke product - special terms and conditions apply. Production (lead) times stated above are an estimate only and do not include transit times from the supplier, or the time taken to deliver to you.

In stock items are available for immediate dispatch from our London-based warehouse. The daily cut-off time is 12:00 am for same day shipping, orders placed in the afternoon will be shipped the following day. Please refer to inventory levels above for live stock availability.

Dimensions:-
Width: 55.5 cm, Depth: 44.5 cm, Height: 38.5 cm

Ottoman - plywood panel, polyurethane foam and polyester fibre.

Ottoman Base - natural oak or dark oak from Western Europe or Poland

Upholstery - Volo F60 (15% polyamide, 85% new wool), Cosy 2 F80 (20% polyamide, 80% new wool), Dumet F80 (9% polyamide, 46% cotton, 8% linen, 22% wool, 15% rayon), Credo F120 (5% polyamide, 95% new wool)

Glides - fitted with plastic glides for carpet. Felt glides for hard floors are available upon request.

Covers - removable.

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Jasper Morrison

This product is designed by
Jasper Morrison

Jasper Morrison is one of Britain’s most successful and well renowned industrial designers. He is best known for a design approach that makes hard-working products appear aesthetically quiet. Together with his colleague Naoto Fukasawa, he coined the term 'super normal’ - it means a good example of understated, useful and responsible design. To Morrison it answers the question of what ‘good design’ really should be.

Born in London in 1959, Jasper received his bachelor of design degree from Kingston School of Art in 1982, and his master's degree in design from the Royal College of Art in 1985. In 1984 he received a Berlin scholarship to study in Germany at the Hochschule...

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